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Lalita Panicker

Lalita Panicker leads the opinion section at Hindustan Times. Over a 33-year career, she has specialised in gender issues, reproductive health, child rights, politics and social engineering.

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Portrait from the lady

Benazir Bhutto's posthumous book Reconciliation presents her world as black and white. Which could explain why reading it is a colourless exercise.

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Updated on Feb 18, 2008 07:14 PM IST
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Really taking it to heart

And in direct proportion to our desire to revel in Valentine’s Day comes the ire of Shiv Sena moral police who are lurking behind bushes to snuff out any attempts by couples to canoodle, writes Lalita Panicker.

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Updated on Feb 13, 2008 09:55 PM IST
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Merrily marooned in Mauritius

And if it’s good enough for JK Rowling to have retreated in Mauritius to write the final Harry Potter, it is good enough for me, write Lalita Panicker.

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Updated on Feb 01, 2008 10:58 PM IST
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Getting your fill of the chill

As winter’s icy breath wraps itself around us with the Beeb predicting that the temperature will hit zero and our own Met putting the figure at 2°C today, the greatest dilemma is how to get out of bed each morning and reach work without freezing to death.

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Updated on Jan 31, 2008 10:28 PM IST
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Not a magic pill

The Gurgaon racket reveals that we have our own desi version of Robin Cook’s spine-chilling medical thriller Coma, writes Lalita Panicker.

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Updated on Jan 31, 2008 09:57 AM IST
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Non-existing Indians

We’re so proud of the NRI success story. But any takers for the ugly side of the diaspora tale, asks Lalita Panicker.

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Updated on Dec 02, 2007 11:08 PM IST
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‘Indians better qualified than others'

She is widely reputed to be the gatekeeper to British prime minister Gordon Brown. Baroness Shriti Vadera spoke to Lalita Panicker while on a visit to the Capital on what she thought were the challenges before India.

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Updated on Nov 04, 2007 03:09 AM IST
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Their collateral damage

The war in Iraq has been reduced to mere statistics. But the real tragedy is the destruction of the nation and the absolute horrors visited on its people, especially women and children, writes Lalita Panicker.

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Updated on Oct 30, 2007 12:26 AM IST
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‘Crime against tourists unacceptable’

Lalita Panicker speaks to Ambika Soni, Minister for culture and tourism.

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Updated on Sep 30, 2007 02:13 AM IST
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Turning Karatwheels

Instead of the N-deal, the CPM should focus on economically stagnant states like Kerala, writes Lalita Panicker.

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Updated on Sep 18, 2007 11:14 PM IST
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We have thwarted many attacks: NSA

Please be aware that we have been able to deflect many terror attacks and these have not been brought to the public attention because we do not want to alarm people, says MK Narayanan in an interview to HT.

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Updated on Sep 11, 2007 03:45 AM IST
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Song sung true

Every time I would ask my son what song he was listening to, pat would come the answer, “Oh, you wouldn’t know, it’s not your type,” writes Lalita Panicker.

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Updated on Jul 09, 2007 12:14 AM IST
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